Leanpub: Publish Early, Publish Often Welcome to Writing-World.com! adult-fanfiction.org Where the Writers Go to Write - Writing.Com Home The Furlow Writing Lab Paperfox Fan Fiction :: by paperfox19 on 03/01/2016 01:51 PM PaperFox News EP 30 Hey guys, happy late really late Valentine’s Day. On Valentine’s day morning I had to take my mom to the ER (Emergency Room) since then she hasn’t worked, been in various degrees of pain, and so on. On the work front, with each passing day I get closer and closer to being jobless, and luck finding another job escapes me. So I’ll be taking commissions to try and save up my money. So otp month did fine got a few pairs done, believe me I wanted to do a set for every series I had if not for the stress and drama I probably would have had more. There’s been a lot of issues, so many I’ve missed out on Pokemon’s 20th anniversary. Those who follow me on Skype if you like I will be doing live writing sessions, so you’ll get to see the fics as they are written. Some upcoming projects, I’d like to give a week or two to pokemon in honor of its 20th anniversary. No promos for awhile trying to fic the two more I gotta do.
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